17 December 2018 | The gilets jaunes (Yellow Vests) are breathing new life into an international scene brimming with “organic crises” but lacking hegemony. Similarities and differences are noted between Macri and (...)
6 September 2018 | The peso plummets 30% in two days, President Mauricio Macri announces new austerity measures and popular resistance grows.
Juan Cruz Ferre
3 September 2018 | After four weeks, the fight waged by university professors for a better salary and working conditions has turned into a serious political crisis for the (...)
30 August 2018 | In the past few hours, the Argentine peso has been devalued from 35 pesos to the dollar to 40 pesos to the dollar. What is going on?
4 July 2018 | Left Voice interviews three socialists fighting for abortion rights in Argentina: a member of the National Congress, a member of Buenos Aires' city council and the founder of Argentina's largest (...)
Andrea D’AtriMyriam BregmanNathalia Seligra
23 February 2018 | On Wednesday, hundreds of thousands of workers participated in a massive labor march called for by the major Argentine unions.
La Izquierda Diario Argentina
20 February 2018 | The resistance movement sparked by President Macri's pension reform continues through new workers' struggles against layoffs. The Left and Workers' Front calls for the coordination of all popular (...)
10 January 2018 | Recent pension cuts backed by Argentine President Mauricio Macri have elicited vigorous popular protest.
20 December 2017 | The Argentine people heroically took the streets and faced off against the police in protests against the right wing pension reform bill that drastically cuts pensions for the elderly. The (...)
19 December 2017 | An attempt to reform the pension system in Argentina elicits vigorous popular rejection. After a brief spring following November elections, Mauricio Macri’s right wing government faces the deepest (...)
16 December 2017 | For the past few weeks, Cambiemos — President Macri’s ruling coalition — has been trying to ram a pension reform through the House of Deputies. These efforts have unexpectedly hit a wall as mass (...)
17 March 2017 | The teachers are at the forefront of a growing struggle against austerity measures, layoffs and inflation.
13 May 2016 | All five of Argentina’s deeply divided union federations came together to hold a huge joint demonstration against the conservative government of Mauricio (...)
31 March 2016 | After Havana, Obama came to Argentina. The world’s chief representative of vulture imperialism used his trip to reinforce the steps being taken to advance the United States’ “return” to Latin (...)
25 February 2016 | The Argentinean government has recently approved a new “security protocol" that prohibits the essential right to protest.
16 January 2016 | In Argentina, a shifting terrain. Macri takes office in an anti-worker tour de force. Layoffs and economic austerity policies, championed as solutions of “urgent necessity.” Disparate displays of (...)
24 December 2015 | The year comes to a close with serious political advances made by the Right. We are facing a major change in South America—an “end stage.” The hegemony of relatively progressive regimes is (...)
22 December 2015
10 December 2015 | Within days of the second round of presidential elections, Macri announced "a plan of war" with measures of which only the pace is unknown, but the depth is well understood. To take this plan (...)
Juan Dal MasoFernando Rosso
25 November 2015 | Left Voice presents an early analysis by Nicolás Del Caño, former presidential candidate of the Left and the Workers’ Front, on the results of the runoff elections and Mauricio Macri's (...)
Nicolás del Caño
21 November 2015 | The two main presidential contenders, Mauricio Macri (PRO- Cambiemos, “Let’s change”) and Daniel Scioli (FPV-official party) had a nearly equal number of votes, leaving an air of uncertainty about (...)
29 October 2015 | In last Sunday’s presidential elections, the Kirchnerists, under the banner of Peronism, suffered their biggest electoral defeat of the last three decades. The political pendulum has shifted (...)